Google to Stop Scanning Schools Gmail

Google has agreed to stop scanning emails on around 30 million accounts used by students and teachers. It follows Microsoft offering a special version of Bing for schools that cuts out ads and other commercial results. The new policy will affect any emails on accounts using Google Apps for Education. That’s a free service but, […]

FCC Denies Ditching Net Neutrality

The chairman of the FCC has denied that proposed rule changes will spell the death of the net neutrality principle. Tom Wheeler says the changes will instead maintain net neutrality but in a way compatible with court rulings. A federal appeals court recently ruled that the FCC does not have the authority to make rules […]

Kim Dotcom Gets Back Pink Cadillac

The man behind filesharing site Megaupload is to get back cash and property seized when his house was raided in 2012. But while Kim Dotcom seems to be having a great time right now, he still faces the threat of extradition. US officials want Dotcom to stand trial for criminal copyright infringement in a case […]